Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines eBook


Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☄ Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines Author Doug Buehl – Thomashillier.co.uk What does it mean to read write and think through a disciplinary lens How do you develop students as readers writers and thinkers in the different academic disciplines Doug Buehl author of the perenni What does in the MOBI · it mean to read write and think through a disciplinary lens How do you develop Developing Readers ePUB ½ students as readers writers and thinkers in the different academic disciplines Doug Buehl author of the perennial bestseller Readers in the Epub µ Classroom Strategies for Interactive Learning shows you how to Teach to the match of literacy and disciplinary understanding to bridge academic knowledge gaps Frontload instruction that activates and builds academic knowledge Build inuiring minds through uestioning Writing with the US Common Core State Standards in mind Doug shows teachers in all subjects not just the language arts how to help students meet literacy expectations You also get instructional practices to help your students ''work'' complex texts as well as helpful information for customizing literacy practices to meet the demands of your disciplineThe International Reading Association is the world's premier organization of literacy professionals Our titles promote reading by providing professional development to continuously advance the uality of literacy instruction and research Research based classroom tested and peer reviewed IRA titles are among the highest uality tools that help literacy professionals do their jobs better Some of the many areas we publish in include Comprehension Response To InterventionStruggling Readers Early Literacy Adolescent Literacy Assessment Literacy Coaching Research And Policy.

  • Hardcover
  • 308 pages
  • Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines
  • Doug Buehl
  • English
  • 28 June 2015
  • 9780872078451

10 thoughts on “Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines

  1. Andrea Kemper Andrea Kemper says:

    First of all I have never counted professional books in my reading totals—for some reason when I think of reading I think of “fun” books—fiction or literary nonfiction But as my current session of my Reading Endorsement class came to a close and I was reflecting on what I had learned from this book I realized that I actually read it—and it wasn’t all work The language was accessible and the strategies were invaluable There were a lot of take aways from this book and I found myself excited to try them with my classes Excellent read for any teacher wanting to promote literacy in hisher instruction And from now on I am definitely counting my professional reads along with my “fun” reads

  2. Cory Blystone Cory Blystone says:

    A must read for teachers of every discipline

  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    A must read for literacy specialists reading coaches book pushers or pedagogical instigators Solid introduction to the necessity and purposes of disciplinary reading and writing This book is lighter on techniues and heavier on ideas which is exactly how I like my PD reading but if you're looking for specific strategies check out the companion book by the same author on comprehension strategies Several of the chapters break into applications for specific disciplines; I give you permission to skip over the subjects you're not interested in

  4. Kirsten Foti Kirsten Foti says:

    I am currently enrolled in a master's program to become a reading specialist I am often asked for help from teachers in different content areas regarding how to assist certain students This book has provided a wealth of information that I am excited about being able to take back and share I am anxious to start creating lessons and professional learning from the material in this book Easy to read Easy to apply I started using some of this before the school year ended I highly recommend this one

  5. Jenn Jenn says:

    Good ideas I wish non language teachers were aware that students of modern languages read than just recipes That always seems like the only example other content authors can come up with On the other hand I commend his effort to include examples and stories from all subject areas Many of the things he mentions are things that teachers I know already do but there were some new ideas too

  6. Alanna P Alanna P says:

    I started reading this book because my boss said it was mandatory I finished because I liked what it had to say I hadn't thought about the lens through which I have read the thousands of books with but now that I consider it I realize that my opinion of these books was directly related to the lens through which I read them my circumstances at the time and what I needed from them I think this might change as much about how I teach as how I read

  7. Daniel Morgan Daniel Morgan says:

    This was a magnificent book that deconstructs reading and literacy While designed for teachers I would honestly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning how it is that we read and process written texts This book covers cognition metacognition identity and social roles and strategies

  8. Pam Pam says:

    35 starsI especially appreciated the final chapter where Buehl calls on teachers to take general literacy practices and customize them for their own classrooms

  9. Marley Marley says:

    Helpful to read but also at times dry and repetitive this is useful for helping non english teachers understand aspects of teaching reading in the content area

  10. Neana Lueck Neana Lueck says:

    It's a bit repetitive and Buehl pulls many of his theories from other theorists such as Burke and Gallagher He gives little examples in this book

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